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Its been an age since we saw this gilded opportunity!

The biggest disappointment and the best performance on last night’s Kempton Park card starred in the same race with Hill of Dreams clearing away from the field in some style while Future Reference was only able to grind down the remainder of the field.

Taking a retrospective view of the race, you are left asking yourself how a horse that has a form line of 231241, with the two wins coming over the trip and one being over C&D, has gone off at 14-1! With winners on the card at 9-4, 12-1, 14-1, 50-1, 16-1, 7-4 and 12-1 I am sure the bookmakers are looking forward to this evening as the course continues to run slowly with only margin improvements towards standard each day.

Trying to avoid the four races with subscriber’s selections in and with two races with no form lines, I am left with the choice on the race to focus on. And given my previous comments regarded conditions of the course, who would be better than GILDED AGE to carry the colours in the 8:40.

Not seen on an artifice surface since March 2012 GILDED AGE has notched up a win on the turf and over obstacles and now find itself on a 3lb lower mark than when chasing The Absent Mare home over C&D in a Class 5 event.


The prevailing conditions will favour on grounds of stamina, the more favourable OR and the hope that Ian Mongan is jocked off in favour of Liam Keniry whose mount in the race has been declared a non-runner would be an added bonus for this 12-1 shot.     

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Its been an age since we saw this gilded opportunity!

The biggest disappointment and the best performance on last night’s Kempton Park card starred in the same race with Hill of Dreams clearing away from the field in some style while Future Reference was only able to grind down the remainder of the field.

Taking a retrospective view of the race, you are left asking yourself how a horse that has a form line of 231241, with the two wins coming over the trip and one being over C&D, has gone off at 14-1! With winners on the card at 9-4, 12-1, 14-1, 50-1, 16-1, 7-4 and 12-1 I am sure the bookmakers are looking forward to this evening as the course continues to run slowly with only margin improvements towards standard each day.

Trying to avoid the four races with subscriber’s selections in and with two races with no form lines, I am left with the choice on the race to focus on. And given my previous comments regarded conditions of the course, who would be better than GILDED AGE to carry the colours in the 8:40.

Not seen on an artifice surface since March 2012 GILDED AGE has notched up a win on the turf and over obstacles and now find itself on a 3lb lower mark than when chasing The Absent Mare home over C&D in a Class 5 event.


The prevailing conditions will favour on grounds of stamina, the more favourable OR and the hope that Ian Mongan is jocked off in favour of Liam Keniry whose mount in the race has been declared a non-runner would be an added bonus for this 12-1 shot.